Dynamic Testimonial Logic

@inproceedings{Holliday2009DynamicTL,
  title={Dynamic Testimonial Logic},
  author={W. Holliday},
  booktitle={LORI},
  year={2009}
}
We introduce a dynamic testimonial logic (DTL) to model belief change over sequences of multi-agent testimony. Our static base logic is Baltag and Smets' [1] conditional doxastic logic (CDL). Our dynamic base logic is van Benthem's [12] dynamic logic of belief upgrade, which we extend with a "belief suspension" operator. After showing how to extract from CDL models agents' beliefs about the doxastic reliability of other agents, we add "authority graphs" to DTL models to capture agents… 

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